Delhi Elections: Kumar Vishwas raging on Kejriwal and saying this about Alka Lamba
Delhi Elections: Kumar Vishwas raging on Kejriwal and saying this about Alka Lamba
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New Delhi: Congress candidate Alka Lamba slapped an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) worker in Chandni Chowk on Saturday for voting for the Delhi Assembly elections 2020. Now the statement of Kumar Vishwas, former AAP leader, and famous poet, has come on this whole matter. Vishwas, without naming, taunted CM Arvind Kejriwal, saying that by making gleeful remarks on Alka Lamba and his son, the worker has shown his boss's position.

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Vishwas tweeted without naming Arvind Kejriwal, saying that, by making vulgar comments on his former colleague and MLA and saying grossly blatant remarks about his son, Chintu, the self-styled dwarf, showed his boss. Alka Lamba is a warrior. Her victory is pride. From Delhi's Chandni Chowk, Congress candidate Alka Lamba reached the polling booth 126 to 133 of Majnu's mound. Here, she got angry with an AAP worker for something and tried to slap.

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An AAP activist made some controversial remarks on Alka Lamba, after which she was furious and tried to slap him. Alka also made objectionable comments on the said worker. After this, the supporters of Congress and Alka turned on that AAP worker. The police intervened in time and arrested the AAP worker.

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